Colorado Economic Recovery and Accountability

Transportation Projects

Transportation Projects

120 Day Funding Requirement Status

120 Day Funding Requirement

Colorado will receive over $500 million for transportation projects statewide with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) receiving approximately $330 million in federal highway funding and another $12.5 million in federal transit funding for transit projects in non-urbanized rural areas.


The ARRA will also provide the additional transportation funding directly to transit agencies and the three large metropolitan planning organizations in the state (Denver Regional Council of Governments, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization) for their prioritized projects.


Find out about the statewide transportation funding allocation

Funding Allocation

Transit Allocation


As a requirement of ARRA, CDOT must have 50% of its funding committed to projects within 120 days. The remaining funding must be allocated to projects within one year.


Click here  to view a summary of all the TIGER grant submittals.


Visit the State Transportation website for more information about Transportation Projects.


Visit the CDOT Weekly Bids Newsletter to find out about ARRA and other Transportation open bids.